Highlights

$1,499,000 - $1,995,000

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Features

  • Open concept and formal living areas
  • Beautiful private decks and patios
  • Attached two car garages
  • Gourmet kitchens with center islands, High End Stainless Steel Appliances and Quartz Counter-tops
  • Soaring ceilings
  • Gas Fireplaces with custom cabinetry and shelving
  • Finished lower levels
  • Wireless sound system
  • Master Bedrooms include walk in closets & private bathrooms with radiant heated floors
  • Square Footage and Pricing
    Unit 16 - 4,025 sq ft - Reserved
    Unit 18 - 3,368 sq ft - Reserved
    Unit 22 - 3,214 sq ft - Reserved
    Unit 36 - 4,490 sq ft - Reserved

Description




Introducing Walnut Park Condominiums: Four New Construction & Historic Renovation Townhouses located at 16-18 Walnut Park & 22-36 Walnut Park in Newton, Massachusetts. Built to extremely high standards and brimming with natural light, each town-home incorporates extraordinary interior space and fine craftsmanship. Soaring ceilings, exquisite trim and detailing, high end kitchens and baths, well-proportioned living areas, finished lower levels, gas fireplaces, attached 2 car garages, and an abundance of windows are some of the admirable amenities offered. Private patios & decks, privacy screening, and beautiful landscape design complement this magnificent landmark property.



The two separate condominium association sites are well located in the village of Newton Corner in a lovely neighborhood setting. They afford easy access to The Mass Pike (Rt.90), Rt.16, Whole Foods Market, Local Shops and Restaurants, Commuter Rail and Express Bus, Local Parks, and Public & Private Schools.



Providing the utmost in spaciousness and glamour, each home lends itself to grand scaled entertaining as well as comfortable living. The original Manor House & Barn were constructed in 1847 in the Italianate style and have been expertly restored and renovated by a renowned local developer. Known as “The Hubbard-Noys-Hartwell House & Barn” it is registered by the Newton Historical Commission as an Historic Landmark. This is an exceptional opportunity for the discerning buyer.